Archive for the Diabetic Feet Pain Category


Cold Feet

A survey has shown that women are far more likely to develop cold in their extremities than men (up to 9 times more likely). They are far more likely to suffer from Raynaud’s disease – a recognised condition where not enough blood gets to the toes and fingers, which can be extremely pain. There are [...]

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Diabetic Foot Ulcer and Foot Pain

Diabetics are prone to foot ulcers due to complications with their circulatory and neurologic systems. It is the nature of diabetes to run interference with both of these functions, which means there are several causes and potential risks of a diabetic foot ulcer:   Neurological System Effects: Peripheral neuropathy is similar in sensation to the [...]

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